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  1. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Visitation Rights on a Plenary Order of Protection

    I would be really surprised if a lawyer actually made that phone call. I am not saying that it couldn't happen, but its certainly not something that a lawyer would normally do.
  2. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Visitation Rights on a Plenary Order of Protection

    She should not be able to change the orders without at least the father being served and notified of the changes. There should be a hearing as well.
  3. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Visitation Rights on a Plenary Order of Protection

    The fact that she is the supervisor could change the story. If grandma works, and the previous visitation times conflict with her work schedule, then even though she isn't following the orders, its...
  4. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Visitation Rights on a Plenary Order of Protection

    Based on your description of the young guy, he really needs an attorney. This is likely not something that he can handle without one. Helping him get an attorney might be the very best thing that...
  5. Violation & Enforcement: Re: Visitation Rights on a Plenary Order of Protection

    No, a legal guardian does not have the authority to change a court order at will. The problem however, is that the legal guardian, in this instance, is not a party to the court order for visitation...
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